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Packards for hire in Cincinatti
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My son will be getting married in Cincinatti in May...Does anyone know the name of a limousine service that has a Packard for hire?

Posted on: 2018/9/26 10:40
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Re: Wedding day pic
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Very nice...wishing you lots of HAPPY MILES ahead!!!

Posted on: 2017/12/4 14:47
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Re: The Demise of the Independents
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I think that all of these reasons played a part in Packard's demise...which in my humble opinion could have been prevented with a Hudson and Nash merger immediately before or after WWII...in time to roll out a rationalized product line in '48 or '49...or even '50. The biggest stumbling block might have been dear Mr McCauley himself who could not imagine Packard being anything but...Packard. I think he did not see the world change around him. The premise of Agatha Christie's mystery "AT Bertam's Hotel" is that the world changes and when something doesn't change with time, there is a problem.

Posted on: 2017/4/3 23:12
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Re: Mechanic needed in SouthEast US
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you might ask Donald Taccone in Birmingham Alabama...he is a PAC director...owns a "55 Caribbean and several other Packards and has a garage on southside in Birmingham

Posted on: 2017/3/20 21:35
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Re: Happy Birthday Big Kev
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Best wishes from Alabama

Posted on: 2017/2/4 23:43
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Re: Jack, can you produce this conversion kit??
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of course if the Patrician was hardtop...then...

Posted on: 2017/1/16 22:19
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Re: Renewed for the next Year....
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Glad to hear from you!

Posted on: 2014/9/24 15:53
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Re: Packard dealership in New Orleans?
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The original dealership is just past where I-10 crosses St Charles and on the right as you go out. The word Packard is still over the door. The second building is the Spanish Colonial style one and a bit further down and on the left. Presently it houses Regions Bank.

Posted on: 2014/9/6 15:17
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Re: Hydraulic lifts on closed models?
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I have seen one Custom and one Deluxe on e-bay over the years with hydraulics--they must not have been very popular. The Henney funeral cars and ambulances did have them, however.

Posted on: 2014/8/4 22:14
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Re: Confidential Information for Cadillac Retail Salesmen
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With regard to the make I would own if it were not a Packard, hands down it would be Imperial. Exclusive and very well built, they also had IMHO the best trimmed interiors. Yes, they were stodgy, but if I wanted flamboyance there was always Buick.

Posted on: 2013/9/17 15:57
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